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after a credit card skimmer is found at one of our most popular credit unions. "these false attacks are absolutely hurtful. donald trump is on the offensive this morning... after a woman claiming he groped her years ago.. starts making the rounds on television. but first-- breaking right now... firefighters are responding to a house fire in the northwest. crews say this same home caught on fire less than 24 hours ago. durango and el capitan. crews say the smoke is coming from the second floor. firefighters were just there around 10 oclock yesterday morning! they had to put out a fire that completely gutted the they had to put out a fire that we've got parker collins on the a family of 6 was living there. the red cross is now helping
things up just hours ago... they were trying to get a vote on the proposed nfl stadium funding plan, but ran into some problems. state leaders got the director of n-dot out of bed to answer their questions about potential road projects near the stadium. the director says he doesn't think the construction will have any fiscal impact over the next two years. he also says the ball was already rolling for some road improvements in that area - even before the stadium proposal. since there waso night - that means lawmakers are going to be back at it this morning - starting at 9 a-m. but that vote could come at any time - our crews are out there - and keeping us update, so we can keep you updated - on air and online. the special session is making progress. yesterday state senators unanimously approved a sales tax increase that would allow metro to hire 300 more officers. sheriff joe lombardo says this tax hike was critical, because 4 million dollars earmarked for metro was removed from the stadium deal.
card skimming device" at one nevada credit union.. and now we're learning at least 25-hundred cards were affected. the company believes the skimming device was at the a-t-m at the blue diamond and decatur location. customers we spoke to lost anywhere from hundreds-- to thousands of dollars. 18:43:38 alonte gray, one nevada credit union customer "you think all your money's gone. you think what other information cou out." the credit union president says there's no longer a risk to customers, and everyone who lost money is being reimbursed and given new cards. they are still encouraging people to be vigilant. metro is also investigating the skimming. donald trump is hitting back hard against reports that he allegedly groped multiple women. meanwhile hillary clinton is bringing in her all-stars on the campaign trail. abc's angelica spanos is following the race for the white house. donald trump / (r) presidential candidate jessica leeds hillary clinton / (d) presidential
news new york script: preposterous and ludicrous.. the words donald trump used to defend himself against allegations of iinappropriately touching women. sot trump "these people are horrible people, they're horrible horrible liars" one of those accusers ...jessica leeds, who first told the new york times trump groped her on an airplane back in the 80's, recalled more details of the encounter to c-n-n. sot from cnn interview: did he actually kiss you? yeah. yeah. on the face? on the lips? all -- to be lied about. slandered. to be smeared so publically. and before your family that you love is very painful. " his campaign now planning an all out assault on bill clinton and his past misconduct "they lie lie lie lie// the clintons are criminals." but on the trail... hillary clinton is un-phased. she brought out one of her most powerful weapons...
can't believe i'm saying that a candidate for president of the united states has bragged about sexually assaulting women. // it has shaken me to my core in a way that i couldn't have predicted." clinton let the first lady take aim at trump, while she sat down with talk show host ellen degeneres. sot hillary clinton "i don't want anybody to think this election's over. //. we've got to work really hard for the next three and a half weeks because who knows." angelica tag the clin with fallout from the wikileaks release? the newest alleged internal emails show clinton's advisers persuading her to apologize for using a private email server. take a look at this new video from a viewer showing the massive police presence.... after officers shot and killed a robbery suspect. we broke the story for you yesterday morning. the 215 near durango north was shut down for hours while metro investigated. but this all started when
driver took off leading police on a high speed chase. 8:54:22-8:54:28 "he went by me like i was standing still the wave of the air going by my car shook my car." police tell us the suspect was armed. we don't have his name yet, but police say the suspect was behind a series of armed robberies-- including this terrifying carjacking... where he pulled a gun on a woman while she was in her driveway. now other victims are coming forward, saying he threatened their lives too. addiction" ice cream shop on warm springs and green valley parkway gave us this surveillance video.. showing the suspect inside the business. he looks like he's getting a soda, but then he pulls out his weapon. abraham colan - owner, sweet addiction you know just because he came to robbery that i wish he was dead, it was decision to put people's lives in jeopardy. the business is out hundreds of dollars, but owners say they were still sad to hear the
the man accused of the chelsea bombings in new york and new jersey faces a judge for the first time. he's still pretty banged up. we'll tell you what he had to say in court. and later, hurricane nicole pummeled bermuda overnight with high winds and heavy rains. we'll show you new images of all that damage...just in to our newsroom.
as a marine combat veteran, i understand the sacrifices our military makes. our benefits are earned, and we rely on them. politicians like joe heck should understand that. narrator: joe heck voted to shut down the federal government, risking critical services for nevada veterans. and during that shutdown, heck continued cashing his congressional paycheck. his military record deserves respect. but back in dc, joe heck is putting politics before nevada. and that doesn't work for me. narrator: vote vets is responsible for the content of this advertising. responsible for the content he's divisive and dangerous. "uh, i don't know what i said. uh... i don't remember." but congressman hardy supports trump 100% and said he'll do whatever trump wants him to do. hardy even said people with disabilities are a drain on society and that seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government.
dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. finally makes his first court appearance-- but since he was shot by officers--he never left his hospital bed. judge: "have you received the charges against you?" suspect: "yes" the suspect's guilty for him.. he's facing 5 counts of attempted murder of a police officer, along with a list of other charges. he's now being held on a 5-point-2 million dollars bail. here's a new one for you. one of our animal shelters is
they were saved after a man tried to smuggle them onto a plane at mccarran airport. but did they go too far expressing that frustration? "all the windows were bowing, water was coming through doors, the whole house was shaking." and just in to our newsroom...survivors of hurricane nicole say she was
massive low pressure system on the pacific northwest shore will be interacting with the valley today. clouds are expected to build through the morning and into the afternoon to partly cloudy conditions. to build through the morning and into the afternoon to partly cloudy conditions. winds will be the main issue though as they slowly incre afternoon. 10 to 20 mph winds will be common along with gusts between 25 and 30 mph. our strongest winds should be associated with hours between 5pm and 7pm tonight but we should start picking up breezy conditions as early as 2pm this afternoon. high temperatures today will be the highest in the 7-day
this weekend, the front will be passing just to the north of the valley. meaning, out gustiest of winds will be on saturday and sunday. 12pm to 6pm both days will yield occasional gusts between 35 and 40 mph with sustained winds around 20 to 25 mph. mostly sunny skies will be rain chances with this front are less than 5% for the valley and mountains. these winds slowly die down through monday as the front exits the valley. as it does so, temperatures will fall to normal values in the lower 80s. mainly sunny skies hold clear
hurricane nicole bombarded the tiny island of bermuda overnight, causing significant damage. right now - it's a category 3 hurricane. it made landfall in bermuda overnight, causing massive flooding and power outages in the area. some good news here - no deaths have been reported in the area.... but winds were over 112 miles per hour - which caught a lot of tourists off-guard. "all the windows were bowing, water was coming through doors, hurricane nicole is now moving away from bermuda, and farther into the atlantic. it is expected to eventually weaken and die. a heated argument between a
parents-- left a c-c-s-d school we spoke to parents who said... they're fed up with their kids being picked up late for school or not at all--and the frustration hit a boiling point yesterday morning when a parent punched a window on the bus. take sot kelly 16:05:45:22 don't be a beep about it and leave somebody's kid, you left my niece, at the school. she could have been raped, murdered, kidnapped, anything 16:05:56:26 ccsd says this particular bus is on an overflow route. that means--as the bus
students... depending on how much space is on the bus... potentially impacting pickup and dropoff times. parents we spoke to said--there needs to be a better system right now... dozens of local war heroes are "yellow checker star" cab company is footing the bill for the trip of a lifetime. the world war two veterans will get to visit memorials dedicated to their service and a north las vegas fire captain..... who died in the line of duty is laid to rest. captain yaphet miller was working...... a -3- alarm fire on his final shift..... before suffering..... a medical emergency. miller served his entire career...... with the north las vegas fire department... for a total of -22- years. his funeral procession blocked off many roads in north las vegas yesterday, and people pulled over to salute him as he went by. he was -43- years old.
massive low pressure system on the pacific northwest shore the afternoon to partly cloudy conditions. winds will be the main issue common along with gusts between 25 and 30 mph. our strongest winds should be afternoon. high temperatures today will be the highest in the 7-day forecast; ranging between 88 and 93 degrees. will be on saturday and sunday. 12pm to 6pm both days will yield occas 35 and 40 mph with sustained winds around 20 to 25 mph. these winds slowly die down through monday as the front exits the valley. as it does so, temperatures a 9-1-1 operator in houston is facing criminal charges after
thousands of emergency phone calls. within the last six months investigators estimate, creshanda williams, the 9-1-1 operator, started hanging up on one of the calls police suspect her of hanging up was someone reporting a robbery, and after the caller was hung up on, someone was killed. in one call, williams was recorded saying "ain't nobody got time for this." before she hung up. i just thought my phone had dropped the call 12-15 butt to "come to find out, i was hung up on." 25- 28 willimas has been charged with a misdmeanor of interfering with an emergency call and she has been fired. taking a live look now at the
k-9 trials will be going on this weekend. more than 40 police k-9 teams from across the country will be here for the narcotics and explosives detection competition. all of sunday's events are open to the public and even better-- it's free to get in! the event starts at 8 in the morning, and the closing awards the woman who saved her little girl's life when she started choking at school. 8:41:14:02 ((nats - mom crying - thank you. you're welcome - it's my job. mo you went above and beyond and i can't thank you enough)) little devin was eating lunch..... with the other second graders at hancock elementary on wednesday when she started choking. one of her instructors noticed..... she was going pale... and... literally jumped right into action..... by leaping over garbage cans....
instructional assistant her coloring was completely pale white and went to purple within 3 seconds dana de-lario performed the heimlich maneuver..... until she had cleared.... the little girl's airway. devin made a full recovery... and... is doing okay this morning. get ready to put on your raspberry berets because today is prince day. and it's topping our look at today's stories now trending... the mayor of saint paul minnesota named october 13th and 14th as prince day. celebrated in st.paul, the mayor there says all american's are allowed to join in on the celebrations. prince passed away this year due to an overdose of opiates. a group of firefighters in boxford massachusetts put on a full scale rescue effort for two dogs caught in a drainage pipe. as you can see from the photos the firefighters put camears inside the
lure the dogs out. at the end of the rescue, the firefighters said both dogs were happy to see each other. nasa's hubble space telescope has made yet another incredible discovery. according to new data gathered by hubble.. astronomers now say there are at least 2-trillion galaxies in the universe. that's at least 10-times more than previously thought.. and they say that's the absolute minimum estimate. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just head to our website, coming up at -5-... donald trump's wife is threatening to sue people magazine... we'll to sue people magazine... we'll tell you why. and we are tracking breaking news happening across the nation - and of course, in the valley - including a house fire - park colins
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he's divisive and dangerous. "uh, i don't know what i said. uh... i don't remember." but congressman hardy supports trump 100% and said he'll do whatever trump wants him to do. hardy even
said people with disabilities are a drain on society and that seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government. donald trump and congressman hardy -- divisive and dangerous.
we're live here in the valley with what could be causing a road block... an urgent warning for thousands of people in the valley who may have had their personal information stolen... what you need to know straight ahead... first lets get to breaking news... a house catches on fire for the second time in just 24 hours...in the northwest... parker collins just got there - what are seeing right now? parker ad-lib parker collins 13 action happening right now-- lawmakers still have not made an official vote-- as they work out the funding for the nearly two happening right now-- lawmakers
funding for the nearly two billion dollar nfl stadium plan. this-- after a potential roadblock was presented at last nights discussion. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston is live near russell and and the 15...one of the potential stadium sites...explainig what still needs to be done locations for the new nfl stadium-- but now we're learning-- a lot of the surrounding roads-- but now we're learning-- a lot of the surrounding roads-- would also need work. thats according to a new report that was made public during last nights discussion. according to ndot-- over eight hundred million dollars worth of road improvements would need